Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE CREDIBLE

Francisco and his bible are no more credible than the carrack and the bishop.

The theory of a phantom boat would have been more credible than that.

However, the account given by Posidonius is the more credible.

What he narrates concerning Ceres and Proserpine is more credible.

It could not be; anything else—any hypothesis was more credible than this.

As he neared Alsheim, Jean's desertion seemed to him more credible.

Of the two transformations, Favier's strikes me as the more credible.

But the tailor had not as yet supplied the goods, waiting for more credible evidence of the Captain's good fortune.

The other, less picturesque but more credible, has also a bishop in it, and concerns an untimely recitation of Les Noyades.

Their claim is the more credible, inasmuch as the street has been given his name since his day there, when it was Rue Basse.